To keep PMS symptoms at bay, studies show that a healthy dose of calcium and vitamin D has positive effects on a woman's cycle by helping to balance out estrogen in the body. The only catch is that a supplement won't do. To get these PMS-fighting abilities, you'll need to have a diet that includes calcium- and vitamin D-rich foods like milk, yogurt, or cheese. If dairy isn't your thing, go for veggies like broccoli or kale.
Foods High in Calcium and Vitamin D
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